Central America to Negotiate Purchase of HIV Medication
A committee comprising representatives of the region's health authorities plans to include medicines for treating patients with AIDS in its next negotiations.
Friday, September 10, 2010
In its search for better prices, the Council of Health Ministers in Central America and the Dominican Republic (COMISCA) has negotiated the joint purchase of 37 medicines for treating chronic diseases.
The Ministry of Health in Panama is putting out to tender the provision of medicines for a period of two years for its various departments.
Central America and the Dominican Republic are negotiating together the purchase of medicines from international laboratories.
The region will jointly negotiate a new purchase of 28 medicines on April.
Together with the Dominican Republic, the region has concluded the joint purchase of 15 medicines worth $60 million.
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